The United Kingdom Coins ClipArt gallery offers 74 illustrations of coins from the United Kingdom.

"The Queen Anne farthings were designed by a German of the name of Crocker or Croker, principal engraver to the Mint; and were only patterns of an intended coin, having never been put into circulation; but they are by no means exceedingly scarce." — Chambers, 1881

Queen Anne's Farthing

"The Queen Anne farthings were designed by a German of the name of Crocker or Croker, principal engraver…

"Coin of Richard III." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Richard III

"Coin of Richard III." — Lardner, 1885

The front of a Rose Royal coin. It is a very rare English gold coin in the righ of King James 1. Worth thirty shillings.

Rose Ryal

The front of a Rose Royal coin. It is a very rare English gold coin in the righ of King James 1. Worth…

The rear of a Rose Royal coin. It is a very rare English gold coin in the righ of King James 1. Worth thirty shillings.

Rose Ryal

The rear of a Rose Royal coin. It is a very rare English gold coin in the righ of King James 1. Worth…

The coin (front) bears the image of the Virgin Mary receiving Gabriel's salutation. It was issued by Charles VI of France and by Henry V and Henry VI of England. It weighs approximately 54 grains.

Salute - a Golden Coin (Obverse)

The coin (front) bears the image of the Virgin Mary receiving Gabriel's salutation. It was issued by…

The coin (front) bears the image of the Virgin Mary receiving Gabriel's salutation. The back of the coin is decorated with a Christian cross. It was issued by Charles VI of France and by Henry V and Henry VI of England. It weighs approximately 54 grains.

Salute, a Golden Coin (Reverse)

The coin (front) bears the image of the Virgin Mary receiving Gabriel's salutation. The back of the…

"Specimens occur in gold, but most frequently in silver. Their average weight is 15 grains, and they were probably current from about 600 to 750." —Whitney, 1889
<p>This image is of a silver sceat currently in the British Museum. The image shows the obverse and reverse of the coin.

Sceat, an Early Anglo Saxon Coin

"Specimens occur in gold, but most frequently in silver. Their average weight is 15 grains, and they…

"...an English gold coin of the value of seven shillings, being the third part of the guinea, coined by George III from 1797." &mdash;Whitney, 1889
<p>Obverse and reverse of the coin which shows a profile of George III and the royal crown.

Seven Shilling Piece from Great Britain

"...an English gold coin of the value of seven shillings, being the third part of the guinea, coined…

"A shilling from the time of Henry VII."&mdash;Finley, 1917

Shilling

"A shilling from the time of Henry VII."—Finley, 1917

"Coin of Victoria." &mdash; Lardner, 1885

Coin of Victoria

"Coin of Victoria." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of William and Mary." &mdash; Lardner, 1885

Coin of William and Mary

"Coin of William and Mary." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of William I." &mdash; Lardner, 1885

Coin of Willian I

"Coin of William I." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of William II." &mdash; Lardner, 1885

Coin of William II

"Coin of William II." — Lardner, 1885

"Coin of William IV." &mdash; Lardner, 1885

William IV

"Coin of William IV." — Lardner, 1885